Recipe: Two Ingredient Flatbread

This two ingredient flatbread is so easy to make and really cheap too (around 17p a flatbread!) so it’s the perfect alternative to shop-bought bread. In this recipe I make the flat breads and then add toppings and cook in the oven to make mini pizzas, but you could use them to accompany casserole dishes,…

Preview: Felicity Ward at The Bikeshed Theatre – 02/10/16

Multi-award winning Australian comedian Felicity Ward brings her stand-up show 50% More Likely to Die to Exeter’s Bikeshed on Sunday 2nd October, after a hugely successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer. Ward won the third best reviewed comedy show out of the entire Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2015, and has starred on…

Preview: Michael Kiwanuka at Exeter Phoenix – 18/10/2016

On Tuesday 18th October, twice Mercury Prize-nominated artist Michael Kiwanuka will grace the stage at the sold-out Exeter Phoenix as part of his intensely busy European, North American and Canadian tour schedule. Kiwanuka’s most recent release, July’s ‘Love and Hate’ has been received with widespread critical acclaim. The Telegraph described it as “an album that…

Reggie ‘n’ Bollie at The Lemongrove

For all the stigma surrounding Exeter’s ostensibly stagnant music scene, Freshers’ Week 2016 has continued to please. Welcoming the likes of Lethal Bizzle (!) at the Freshers’ Ball and Scott Mills’ DJ set at the Lemmy tomorrow night, Exeter has been playing host to big name after big name – and Monday of Freshers was…

Another Book Bites the Dust

This week I’m back, although slightly later than normal, sorry about that! This is a review of one of my summer reads, a rather disturbing psychological thriller from Julia Heaberlin. The book was published by Penguin in July last year and has received a lot of praise from critics and media outlets since then, even…

Follow that Rhino!

Since returning back to Exeter, or arriving for the first time as a new student, you’ve probably noticed a number of new residents sharing the streets of Exeter with you. These are not people, or even real life animals, but rather, life-size sculptures of rhinos, which have been decorated by local artists to raise awareness…

Baking in the Making: 3 Ingredient Chocolate Mousse

With only three ingredients, this recipe for chocolate mousse is quite simple and very quick to make. The only issue is it needs a few hours in the fridge after making in order to set properly. You can also add a bit of essence (vanilla, lemon or whatever takes your fancy!) or a few teaspoons…

New Orleans: A Food Guide

      New Orleans is a city bursting with vibrant nightlife and a boisterous music scene. As a result of its diverse heritage, it also boasts cuisine that is second to none within the United States; making it the perfect holiday destination for any keen foodies! Creole cooking is a big part of Louisiana…

The Masked Summer Ball

I have a confession to make. Whilst driving down to Porthleven on Friday afternoon in the torrential rain, the last thing I wanted to do was camp in a wet field. We hadn’t even arrived and all I could think about was the fact that I wanted be at home, curled up in my warm…

Unglamorous Fashion: Caring for your Clothes

Photo Credit: https://www.reference.com/beauty-fashion/acrylic-sweater-shrink-960029cc0f3f9724 Razz looks at 8 key fashion pieces/ fabrics that most people have in their wardrobes, and how to avoid day-before disasters like accidentally shrinking your favourite jumper or washing the colour out of your work uniform. We’ve tried to pick a range of garments from the everyday to special occasion, all of which…

Baking in the Making: Chocolate Orange Cake

Many of you are probably facing big birthday milestones of friends or families soon, maybe your best friend is about to turn 21 or your dad is 50 in only a week’s time. This chocolate orange cake is the perfect birthday or celebration alternative to the Victoria Sandwich. My recipe is adapted from Mary Berry’s…

Exclusive Interview: Walk The Moon

“We still love sex, drugs and rock and roll” It’s good to see Walk The Moon keeping their feet on the Earth after a crazily successful year which saw the band propelled into indie-pop stardom. The Ohio band took the UK by storm with their house-party hit “Shut Up and Dance” last year, proving even…

Café Countdown: Exeter’s Top Five

After a long essay-free summer, it’s particularly hard to get back into the flow of uni work. Now that deadlines are approaching and winter is well and truly on its way, head to one of the top five cafes in Exeter for a warm dose of caffeine or just some food-for-thought… Coffee Cellar, The Quay…

Ramadan Diaries: Part 3- On Forgiveness and Eid

Photo credit: INCEIF Ever since I can remember, there have been two Eids in Pakistan. There is the group that starts their fasts with Saudi Arabia, and then there’s us; we wait for the Pakistani committee to sight the moon and then we begin fasting. This is usually the day after Saudi Arabia keep their…

Recipe: Nutella Blossom Cakes

Not too long ago, some photos of colourfully designed cupcakes have been bombarding my feed on Instagram. Despite ignoring the first few sightings of it with a mere thought of how cute it looks, its repeated appearance urged my curious mind to find out on what it really is and how it can be made….

Another Book Bites the Dust

This week I’m reviewing The Tea Planter’s Wife by Dinah Jefferies, the Number One Sunday Times Best Seller in 2015. I’ve been meaning to read this for almost a year now and fortunately it didn’t disappoint.  The one thing that stood out to me was how similar the basic plot is to Daphne du Maurier’s…

Another Book Bites the Dust

Hello again! The novel I’m reviewing this week is the fairly recent thriller by Paula Hawkins, The Girl on the Train. The book has achieved global success since its publication in early 2015 and was the most sold hardback book in the UK for 30 weeks running, setting a new record! (Guardian).  The Girl on…

Another Book Bites The Dust

Hi I’m Lucy, the Online Deputy Editor for Razz Magazine. This upcoming academic year I’m going to start a column featuring book reviews. These books could be just published, old favourites or anything I’ve wanted to read for a long time. I will try to avoid any spoilers as much as I can, but sometimes…